The Children's Medical Nutrition Alliance (CMNuA) is a nonprofit organization, was developed out of the explicit need for a unified voice to advocate for patients who require medical nutrition to live and thrive. As a national coalition of parents, healthcare providers, advocacy groups and corporations, CMNuA’s mission is to advance the cause of medical foods and formulas (as defined by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, 21 U.S.C. 360ee (b) (3) 21CFR107) through education, support and advocacy.
By connecting families, healthcare providers, communities and others, CNMuA improves medical foods access by increasing awareness of common food allergies and diseases that routinely require these foods and formulas in their overall medical management. CMNuA also helps eliminate access barriers to these foods and formulas, by being a source of information on medical food matters such as coverage inequalities and the resulting economic impact on American families.
As part of being a source of information on medical foods, CMNuA recently launched its blog where the organization offers resources on how to find appropriate medical food coverage, understanding severe food allergies, and how to build community around disease-specific allergies.
Head over to cmnua.org/blog to learn more information about the organization and the work they are doing.
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